? on the Chico's Deal

Discussion in 'Budget Board' started by 2angelsinheaven, Aug 15, 2005.

  1. 2angelsinheaven

    2angelsinheaven Loves making dreams come true!

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    Under the free s/h it has a star, the star says "* Shipping & Handling fees are waived for full Passport Club members who have met the $500 spending requirements." Just a heads up, I'm not going to try it since I'm not sure they won't go back and slap me with a s/h charge.
     
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  3. jlb

    jlb Mouseketeer

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    When I signed up fot the Passport many months ago, it was because my first purchase was with free shipping.
     
  4. pyrxtc

    pyrxtc <font color=deeppink>Married 10-5-02<br><font colo

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    well my owed amount was $0 and that's what I agreed to so they better not try to charge me anything.
     
  5. lbgraves

    lbgraves Little Cinderella's Mommy

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    Also, if you keep the online invoice, they cannot legally change your total without your approval. They would have to call you to get your OK.
     
  6. Tinkerbelle32

    Tinkerbelle32 DIS Veteran

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    I agree with the above post! If my computer e-mail invoice says $0 owed, then they had better not try to charge my anthing! I'll be keeping an eye open.
     
  7. blondimom

    blondimom Keeping Busy Being Fabulous!!!!

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    The thing is, your total has to be EXACTLY $20-not a penny more. I ordered a bracelet for $20 and it went through and I had a zero balance. When I tried initially to order items that totaled $21.87, they tried to charge me tax and shipping. :confused3
     

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